bring\ about

bring\ about
bring about smth. /smth. about/1)
bring about an accident (the wreck of one's hopes, smb.'s ruin, a resumption of negotiations, a reconciliation, an agreement, a truce in the arms race, a radical reform, order, etc.) приводить, к несчастному случаю и т. д., bring about a heated argument (a war, a cut in taxes, a change in the Cabinet, etc.) вызывать горячие споры и т. д.; what brought about the quarrel? из-за чего разгорелась ссора?; bring about good luck (bad luck, misfortune, a cure, etc.) принести [с собой] удачу и т. д., bring about a change (these results, a great advance in knowledge, stability, a better understanding of the situation, closer relationship between smb., a genuine improvement, etc.) добиться перемен и т. д.
2)
bring about the ship развернуть корабль; the helmsman brought the yacht about рулевой развернул яхту

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